Theresa W. Carey Author of 23 comprehensive reviews of online brokers for Barron’s. Wrote one of the first reviews of online brokers for PC Magazine in 1992. Currently the brokerage and investing expert for Investopedia and project lead of our online broker and robo-advisor reviews. Theresa is a frequent speaker at conferences on trends in online brokerage and retail trading and investing
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Chinese coal company’s share placement produces interesting collection of investors
sharesleuth, 13 September 2010
Sharesleuth took a closer look at the registration statement covering the resale of those shares, and found that no fewer than eight people who participated in the placement have been the subject of Securities and Exchange Commission actions or criminal prosecutions.
The list includes at least four people who were directly or indirectly linked to stock-manipulation schemes. Several other investors were previously involved in a small cluster of U.S. companies whose placements were manipulated by a ring of boiler room brokerages in the 1990s.
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Psst, Wanna Borrow Some Shares?
Theresa W. Carey
Barron’s, 17 July 2010
Several brokerages recently instituted programs allowing wealthy investors with big positions in hard-to-borrow stocks to lend those shares to short sellers, generating interest income in the process.
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Lies, Invention, Journalists, and the SEC
Yahoo as cited by Sanity Check via Wayback, 21 August 2006
The subject matter, Mark Cuban’s ill-conceived stock bashing website that’s nothing more than a foil to slam his short positions, is the ostensible topic. I haven’t even bothered commenting on the site, as it’s pretty obvious to most upright bipeds what is being done there.
But this article is astounding – I literally thought that the guy who emailed me the link was making it up.
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